Marsh Industries joins the Made in Britain initiative

With a 1200-strong membership of manufacturers of all sizes, Made in Britain supports and promotes British manufacturing, enabling buyers and consumers at home and abroad to identify and buy British-made products with confidence.

Managing Director, Steve Boyer, comments: “We are a proud British company, and we are delighted to receive accreditation as a member of Made in Britain.”

“The culture of British quality is embedded throughout our organisation, our products and customer service. Our aim is to deliver quality and excellence at every level of our business. These values underpin our ambitions, and the Made in Britain accreditation will help our customer base identify Marsh as a company they can trust.”

John Pearce, chief executive of Made in Britain said: “We’re delighted that Marsh Industries has joined the community of more than 1200 British manufacturers. The more the mark is used and seen, the more it is recognised as a mark of quality. In addition to getting access to the official protected mark, Marsh will also start to enjoy the many other benefits membership to Made in Britain brings, including support in sales, marketing, PR/comms and export. We look forward to watching Marsh grow with our help and support.”

Marsh Industries continues to build upon its success in providing high quality, sustainable off-mains drainage solutions including sewage treatment plants, pump stations, grease management systems and oil separators to the UK domestic, civils/commercial, and agricultural sectors.



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